Kestrels Holiday Cottage in Morvah
- advertised their Holiday Cottage rental in West Cornwall between 18th
August 2009 and July 2014
Retired page for Kestrels holiday Cottage Self Catering
Holiday Cottage Rental in St Just Morvah - Pendeen - Cornwall
Kestrels sleeps 4 people with Sea views
Kestrels occupies a delightful rural setting, with sea
views and is located about 1 mile from Morvah, 2 miles from Pendeen, and
within about 1½ from the sandy beach at Portherras Cove.
Holididay Cottagenear lands End
Kestrels was once a milking parlour and dates from the
mid 1800's. It is surrounded mostly by National Trust owned land
with 5 bar opening gates from the access lane onto an off road parking
area for 2/3 cars.
Stone steps lead through the pretty area of lawned garden
to the front of the cottage with a stable type door opening to an entrance
porch into the sitting room with beamed and boarded ceilings and wood
Three steps lead up from the living room to a fitted kitchen
which enjoys delightful views across the surrounding National trust
owned land. There is a washing machine, dishwasher and microwave. Off
the rear lobby (with door to rear garden) is a well appointed bathroom
with bath and shower over, and a further separate w.c.
On the first floor are two double bedrooms. One
has a 5 foot bed and the other has two 3ft singles - both with views both
rural and sea. There is plenty of hanging space in the fitted wardrobes.
Lands End, St Just and Sennen Cove
This is a much loved location in what is considered by
some as a "wild" part of Cornwall, renowned for its Celtic heritage
and historic sights such as the Nine Maidens Standing Stones, Lanyon
Quoit, Men-an-Tol and Chysauster.
Although rural, it is within easy reach of St Just, St
Ives and Penzance, the latter having a particularly good range of shops,
supermarkets, banks, restaurants and pubs.
The Gurnard's Head is within a mile from Kestrels,
as is The Tinners Arms at Zennor. There are several farms in the area
offering excellent cream teas.
Around this area of West Cornwall there are some exceptionally
fine sandy beaches including Sennen for surfing. The stunning coastline
has superb walking over the National Trust owned coastal footpath
half a mile away and is of particular interest to ramblers and ornithologists.
Other visitors are attracted by the sea fishing whilst
there are golf courses at Lelant, Cape Cornwall and Tehidy
St Ives is also renowned for its wide variety of
art galleries, including Tate St Ives, whilst the Barbara Hepworth
Museum attracts visitors from all round the world.